Toshiba’s Detachable Satellite Click Laptop, Windows 8.1 Tablet, and Small Satellite Laptop Debut

Toshiba’s Detachable Satellite Click Laptop, Windows 8.1 Tablet, and Small Satellite Laptop Debut

Like many companies, Toshiba is busily launching products at IFA this week, and among the company’s new devices is a detachable laptop, an 8-inch tablet running Windows 8.1, and a petite Satellite notebook.

Toshiba Satellite Click
Toshiba Satellite Click

The Satellite Click continues a trend we’ve been seeing toward devices that are built to be laptops but with detachable displays that then function as standalone tablets. The 13.3-inch device has an IPS multitouch display and runs on an AMD A4 APU with Radeon 800 graphics. It also features a 500GB hard drive and a dual battery design, and it will run Windows 8.1.

Toshiba Satellite Click
Toshiba Satellite Click

Toshiba also announced a small, 8-inch (1280x800 LCD, 5-point multitouch) tablet called the Encore that will run Windows 8.1 and has an Intel Atom processor with InstantGo technology, Intel Gen 7 graphics, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, 8MP rear/2MP front cameras, stereo speakers, and dual microphones with beam-forming. The Encore includes GPS and micro-USB 2.0, micro-HDMI, micro-SD, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 3.5mm mic/headphone jack. The Encore will be available in November for $329.99.

Toshiba Encore
Toshiba Encore

Toshiba Satellite NB15t
Toshiba Satellite NB15t

Falling in between the 8-inch Encore tablet and the 13.3-inch Satellite Click is the 11.6-inch Satellite NB15t, a small notebook designed for small budgets. The laptop has a multitouch display and runs on a dual-core Intel Celeron N2810 processor, with 500GB of storage. It’s launching at the same time as the Encore and will cost just $379.99.
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